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Presentations:

Students, in groups of 2, will be assigned an animation principle to research and present. The presentations are10 minutes maximum and should focus on demonstrating the principle with examples and definition. Students can acting it out, find animation clips or create animation examples.

Principles of Animation

Thursdays

Sept 18 *Timing (spacing) - Michael Baker

Sept 18 *Squash and Stretch - Megan Beachler

Sept 18 *Slow In and Slow Out (Ease in/Out) - Halee Brumfield

Sept 18 *Action / Reaction- Rachel Carter

Sept 18 *Anticipation - Alexander Zolciak

Sept 25 *Arcs & Line of Action - Julia Flores

Sept 25 *Pose / Silhouette / Staging - Julia Fay

Oct 02 *Exaggeration - Aramonti Phillips

Oct 02 *Balance & Weight - Britne Hall

Oct 02 *Follow Through / Overlapping Action - Theresa Healy

Oct 16 *Secondary Motion - Stephanie Moreau

Oct 16 *Straight ahead vs Pose to Pose -Dustin Oddo

Oct 16 *Appeal - Emilee Walsh

Oct 16 *Solid Drawing - Troy Yarnell




1.*Timing (Spacing)-
2.*Squash and Stretch-
3.*Slow in and slow out (Ease in/out)-
4.Line of Action-
5.*Pose / Silhouette / Staging-
6.*Arcs & Line of Action-
7.*Exaggeration-
8. Balance & Weight -
9.*Follow Through / Overlapping Action-
10.*Secondary Action-
11.*Straight ahead vs Pose to Pose-
12.*Appeal, Beat and Rhythm -
13.*Solid Drawing-
14.Action / Reaction (in acting)

10 minutes a piece